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THI QI.~'INC~t VAt.I,L~ ;T-REGISTER VALLEY ( LASSIFIEDS OCTOBER 30, 2003 9 H ELP WANTED HELP WANTED PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Utility District No.2 of Grant PUD) has filed an for New License with Federal Energy Regulatory (FERC) for the Priest Js Hydroelectric Project, Project No. 2114, on Octo- 29, 2003. The Project is Ic- on the Columbia River, in Benton, Kittitas, Yakima, las and Chelan Counties, The Priest Rapids )ments: Wanapum and Each development of a dam, powerhouse, reservoir, 230 kilovolt transmission lines, structures in connection with the dam, rights, rights of way, lands, interests in lands necessary talntenance Project. Wanapum and powerhouses each ten capacities of MW and 855 MW respec- for a presently authorized ' of 1,755 MW A CD set of Japplication may be requested Grant PUD's Relicensing 1-800-894-6960. A copy inspection and re- at Grant PUD's Head- located at 30 C Street WA 98823, as well at the public libraries in Grant, Kittitas, Yakima, Douglas Chelan counties, Washing- L The Application may also be at all Grant PUD local of- in Ephrata, Moses Lake, City and Grand Coulee and Hydro Administration Build- Beverly, Washington. The License Application is also for review at the FERC Reference Room in Wash- D.C. or be viewed on the"FERRIS" link. (Enter P- which is the docket number the last three digits in docket number field to access document. For assistance, FERC Online Support at or at 1-866-208-3676, or for (202) 502-8659.) Requests lays of the application being with FERC or by December 2003. FERC will issue public :notices soliciting pub- )lication is acceptable for filing Fur- may be obtained contacting Relicensing Man- Laurel Heacock, at Public District No.2 of Grant PC Box 878, 30 C Street Ephrata, WA 98823; (509) Published in the Quincy Valley Post-Register on October 30, 2003. NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND SEPA DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE is hereby given that the County Planning Depart- has received the following use application and found it technically complete as of 27, 2003 and ready for public review and :. The Grant County Plan- Department has issued a Determination of Non-Sig- regarding this proposal. Code Chapter 23.12 Density, Dimension and , Space Standards for Rural Center Zoning Districts. ling the Minimum Setback intheQuincy Phase 1, from 20 feet :. This amendment would to Table 3 explain- Quincy Adult Recreation Phase above land use application be considered before the County Planning Commis- publichear- 2003 Commissioner's Hearing the Grant County Court- Copies of the application ale (File # 03-3724) in the proposed land use action available from the Grant Planning Department, 32 Room 13, PC Box 37, WA 98823, (509) 754- 1 Ext. 622. Comments must ~ubmitted no later than 5 p.m. 2003, to Ed Harrell identified project planner at All comments be as specific as possible may be mailed, personally has the right to comment, notice, participate in any request a copy of the and appeal the de- as provided by law. PUblished in the Quincy Valley Post-Register on October 30, 2003. SELL! Call 787- todayl PUBLIC NOTICE GRANT COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 2 A special meeting of Grant County Public Hospital District No. 2, Board of Commissioners will be held on Monday, November 10th at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Business Office Con- ference Room. Agenda item is: 1. Adopt by Resolution a Cash Budget for fiscal year 2004. Published in the Quincy Valley Post-Register on October 30 and November 6, 2003. PUBLIC NOTICE QUINCY SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH The following dates and times have been set to gather input from staff and community re- garding criteria and qualifica- tions of our new Superintendent of Schools. It is critical for our school board to have as much information as possible during this process. Monday, November 10, 2003: 1:30 p.m. - Administration at District Office 3:30 p.m. - QSD Staff at Quincy High School Library 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. - Community at Quincy High School Library Published in the Quincy Valley Post-Register on October 30 and November 6, 2003. NOTICE OF HEARING CITY OF QUINCY 2004 BUDGET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held re- garding the proposed 2004 prop- erty tax levies for both the General Purpose Levy and the General Obligation Bond Levy on Monday, November 03, 2003. Public Hearings on the 2004 Pre- liminary Budget will be held on Tuesday, November 18, 2003 and may be continued thereafter to subsequent City Council meet- ings. Final hearing on proposed 2004 budget will be held on Tuesday, December 02, 2003. The 2004 Preliminary Budget will be on file, at no charge, in the Office of the Clerk on November 20, 2003. The public hearings will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Cham- bers located at Quincy City Hall, 104 B Street SW, Quincy, Wash- ington. All interested persons are invited to attend the said Public Hear- ings. Sue J. Miller Finance Officer / Clerk Published in the Quincy Valley Post-Register on October 30 and November 6, 2003. QUINCY SCHOOL DISTRICT is accepting applications for the fol- lowing Food Service positions: One (1) 8 hour per day Head Cook position: High school di- ploma or GED end current Wash- ington State Food Worker Card required. Experience in quantity food preparation, production plan- ning, record keeping, and recipe adjusting desired. Position reqluires: ability to read and write English, perform simple arithmetic including weights and measures, ability to make rapid calculations, and knowledge of food handling procedures to ensure food safety, maximum quality and nutritional value. Applicants must be able to operate and maintain institutional kitchen equipment and lift and carry objects up to 501bs. on a repetitive basis. One (1) 3 hour per day Kitchen Helper position: High school di- ploma or GED and current Wash- ington State Food Worker Card required. Applicants must be able to work at a steady and fast pace. Position is responsible for helping to serve students at the Junior High School maintaining the salad bar and clean up during and after lunch Shift hours are from 9:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. If you are interested in either posi- tion, please pick up an application at the Office and submit it no later than 4:00 p.m. on October 31, 2003. Please call Suzie Howard at 787-8985 with any questions about these positions. Quincy School District is an equal oppor- tunity employer 10/21 PS10/30 CLASSIFIEDS WORK! 787-4511 LOOKING FOR A housemate for an elderly female. Desire some- one to live in and give assistance when caregiver unavailable Only $100/month rent to help with ex- penses. References required. Call 785-7520, leave name, number and short message. 10/23PS11/4 WlC CLERK - To work in Quincy and George WIC Clinics Require- ments include: High school grad or GED, bilingual (English/Span- ish), computer skills, valid Wash- ington State Driver's License, caring attitude and excellent work ethic FT/40 hr week. Excellent benefits and competitive wages. Send resume to address below or apply in person: Quincy Community Health Center c/o Moses Lake Community Health Center Attn: Human Resources 605 Coolidge Drive Moses Lake, WA 98837 Fax (509) 765-6591 e-mail 10/28PSl 1/6 APPLICATIONS FOR a tempo- rary Housekeeper in the House- keeping Department are being accepted. This position is full-time, 40.0 hours/week, 5:00 to 1:30 pm. The position is available immedi- ately and will expire in approxi- mately 12 weeks. Experience is preferred, training is available. Competitive wage based on ex- perience. Proof of High School Diploma or GED is required. Quincy Valley Medical Center at (509) 787-3531, Ext. 219 or visit our website at E.O.E. 10/28PS10/30 NURSING ASSISTANT- CERTI- FIED applications are being ac- cepting for our Hospital. Positions are part-time or per diem; varied shifts, could work into full-time. Our wage scale and differentials are competitive with other area healthcare facilities. Quincy Val- ley Medical Center at (509) 787- 3531, Ext. 219 or visit our website at 10/28PS11/6 CONAGRA FOODS in Quincy is accepting applications for the po- sition of Relief Clerk for the Hu- man Resource Dept. This is a part-time position. Duties include: Schedule and notify employees to cornplete crew..requirements for immediate ap, d.oncoming shifts. Perform clerical tasks such as time card calculations, first aid, attendance, filing, data entry and other assigned duties. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Strong PC skills to include Win- dows, Word, Excel Excellent verbal and written com- munications skills. Excellent problem solving and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills: Must be able to work Swing and Graveyard shifts and weekends. Must be able to do multiple tasks at the same time. APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications may be obtained from the ConAgra Foods - Lamb Weston - Quincy- Human Re- source Office. Completed appli- cations are to be returned to the Human Resource Office. Screen- ing process will begin November 3, 2003 and continue until posi- tions are filled. Resumes will be accepted and are recommended by MUST be accompanied by a completed application form. CONAGRA FOODS is an ANEEO EMPLOYER. 10/30P10/30 AGING & ADULT CARE LONG TERM CARE OMBUDSMEN NEEDED Volunteer ombudsmen are needed in Adams, Chelan, Dou- glas, Grant, Lincoln and Okanogan counties. Ombuds- men help residents in long-term care facilities understand and exercise their rights. Ombuds- men investigate and resolve complaints involving abuse, ne- glect, inadequate care, and resident's rights violations. Vol- unteers will be certified by the state ombudsman upon suc- cessful completion of four days of free training. Certification training will be offered in East Wenatchee on January 26 - 29, 2004. It's been called the tough- est volunteer job in America, and perhaps rightly so. It s also possibly the most rewarding as you find yourself making a dif- ference in the lives of some of the most frail, vulnerable folks in your community. For more in- formation about volunteer op- 3ortunities, or to contact an ombudsman, call: Erin Nelson or Rick Einar Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington (800) 572-4459 or (509) 886-0700. 11/4PS11/20bx LARGE CIRCLE FARM now hir- ing truck, Hyster and tractor driv- ers for the coming spud and onion harvest. Searching for a qualified full-time farm worker. Home avail- able for qualified person. Call 787- 2489. 8/19PSrts ALASKA Seafood processors needed for land plant in Dutch Harbor West- ward Seafood is hiring for winter/ spring season. Room / board pro- vided. Lots of overtime. Interviews in Wenatchee on November 17. Call 509-922-8805 for info. EOE. 10/14PS11/6 FOR SALE WINTER'S COMING! Apple wood, seasoned and cut to fit most fireplaces or stoves. $80 / cord. Call 787-0130 or 398-0130. 9/16PSrts '93 FORD EXPLORER Eddie Bauer edition 4x4, 102,000 miles. $5,500 OBO. Call 787-2274 or 398-1525. 10/21 PS10/30 POTS & PETALS at MILLIE B'S NOw for Fall! Beautiful hand-tied fall wreaths or pumpkin planters make great hostess gifts! Fresh flowers weekly, bouquets in fall colors, unique natural fiber bas- kets, indoor herb gardens, new houseplants. Need a custom or- der? Call 787-4691 or leave a message at Millie B,s. 10/21PS10/30 2002 FORD TAURUS, 38,000 miles Clean car. White with tan interior. Blue Book listed at $14,000. Asking $10,500 firm. Call 787-4925. 10/21PS11/6 TRAVACAP CANOPY - for 8' pickup bed, $200. Call 787-4244. 10/30PS11/11 CONCORD JUICE GRAPES, winter pears and some apples - 10/Ib. Call evenings/weekends, 787-4386. 10/28PS10/30 FREE LOCUST TREES, fast- growing shade tree starters. Some are already 4 - 6feet tall. Ideal for Fall planting! Cait 787-1385. ..... ~ 10/28PS 10/30 i SERVIClO DE NOTARIO Pdblico. Ayuda con aplicasiones y otros documentos, etc. Para m&s informaci6n, Ilame al 797- 8090. 7/22rts NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Washington state law (RCW 18.27.100) requires that all ad- vertisements for construction- related services include the contractor's current Department of Labor and Industries regis- tration number in the advertise- ment. Failure to obtain a certificate of registration from L&I or show the registration number in all advertising will result in a fine up to $5,000 against the unregistered con- tractor. For more information, call Labor and Industries Spe- cialty Compliance Services Di- vision at 1-800-647-0982 or check L&l's Internet site at rtsbx PATTON'S MINI storage rentals. Store your belongings clean and safe. Office at 218 3rd Ave. S.W Box 157 Quincy, WA. Call 787- 2303. 2/18SPrts 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH for rent. $550 per month includes water, sewer and garbage. Call Wind- ermere at 787-4536. 7/22PSrts FOR RENT: 50 acre pivot for po- tatoes - 2004 season. Close to Adams Road and Highway 283. Call 787-3036 or 765-3741. 8/26PSrts TRAILER FOR RENT - Crescent Bar waterfront. Oct - May 2004. Private Beautiful view. All utilities paid. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, Covered parking. $450 / month plus de- posit. Call 787-3397 or 787-0607. 9/30PSrts FENCED STORAGE area for your RV or auto. Downtown Quincy. $25 and up. Call 787-3812. 10/7PS10/30CBC NEW 1200 SQ. FT. commercial building - heated and located in dpwntown Quincy. $550 per month. Call 787-3812. 10/7PS 10/30CBC 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX at 137 E St. NE. Washer, dryer, stove, etc. Fenced backyard. Water/sewer/ garbage paid. $550 / month, $400 deposit, Call 787-2517. 2 RECAMARAS doble a 137 E St. NE. Lavadora, secadora, estufa, etc. AguaJcloacaJbasura pagan. Llame al 787-2517. 10/14PSrts 2 BEDROOM house with den, 1.5 baths, large living room with fire- place, large kitchen, covered park- ing and large yard. $550 / month. Call 787-9042 or 253-851-1199. 10/21PS10/30 2 2-BEDROOM APARTMENTS for rent. $400 / month, $400 dam- age deposit. Call 785-3951. 10/28PSrts 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath house in Quincy with single-car garage. Renter pays utilities. $550/month, $500 deposit. Call 787-4550 or 398-1979. 10/28PS10/30 COVERED WINTER STORAGE Boats, RVs, all-wheeled vehicles. First come basis. Low rates. Call 787-1294, 787-3148 or cell 398- 0410. 10/30PS 10/30 MINI STORAGE RENTALS avail- able at George Washington Pe- troleum. Call 785-3505. 9/9PSrts ESTATE I, .. -/ =:. , , ~,, , ' , FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2300+ sq. ft. brick home in SW Quincy. 4 bedroom, 1.75 bath, finished base- ment. 2 fireplaces (1 up, 1 down), living rm, family rm, kitchen, din- ing rm, bor~us rm for office or crafts. Lg deck w/ hot tub and above- ground pool in Ig fenced back- yard. Dbl attached garage. $137,500. 220 J Street SW. Call 787-3634 for appt. 7/15PSrts 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath with attached garage and large living room, New roof, paint and carpet. Call 785- 3951. 10/28PSrts COUNTRY LIVING- 5.1 acre va- cant lot for sale, $59,000. Crab Creek Estates, 6529 NE Stratford Rd., Moses Lake. From WaI-Mart, go N on Stratford Rd., 2.6 mi. Easy access to downtown & Hwy 17. Perfect location for stick-built or manufactured home. Farm ani- mals ok. Great place to raise fam- ily. Irrigation water available, hand lines, mainline & 5 HP pump in- cluded. Contact Dune Lake Prop- erties, (509) 766-6700. 10/28PS10/30 COUNTRY PROPERTY, Highway 283, between Ephrata and Quincy, Ephrata School District, $18,000. Terms $500 down, $250 per month, on an option to purchase, guaranteed financing. 509-760- 6460. 4/22PSrts BUYERS AND SELLERS meet here each and every week. To find your potential match, call and place a classified ad. Call 787-4511 today! 9/25rtsbx MEXICO- Los Cabos with Royal Solaris $999...0 Pack i !,nc!udes: Roundtr|pi!~gare from Seattle on ~f/~t/~2",~ 7 night~lM~!usive accomodations Roundtril~H/hotel~,~ ~., transfers S,_comOecial .............. plimentary rouild of gqlf (l~es) at San Jose Golf Course ~~ Kids free under 12, sharin~m with parents "tValid thru 12/19/03 Donna or JaneUe di I'R/[VE 754-0955 48 Basin St. NW, Ephrata www. allaboard, agentnet, com 3131 W. WAPATO #37, 1985 Goldenwest singlewide MFH. A CLOGGING LESSONS cute starter home or retirement AGES 3- 10YEARS home. Located in a quiet and pri- Beginning in November vate area of a mobile home park. $35 / month 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2x6 construe- To register: tion with vaulted ceiling in kitchen Call 785-6930 or 398-0759 or and living room. Includes slate pick up an application at stone fireplace. Large covered Quincy Valley Post-Register deck. Nicely landscaped with ce- and mail to 341 Adams Road S ment borders and rose garden. Quincy, WA 98848 Water, sewer, garbage supplied. New paint inside and outside. New water heater, furnace, AC wall unit and toi,et Comes furnished w.h refrigerator, dishwasher and stove/ ; oven. Asking $23,500. For more information call Jem Kowallis at 509-766-5706. CUTE KITTENS - Free to good 10/28PS11/20 homes. One male, one female and a nice calico mama. Call 785- 2626. M,~r,=:|, aM==n| |~ 10/28PS10/30 =.,~-,,,,,..,.-ru,,,v,=,t., FOUND -large, mixed breed puppy. Tan and black. Call to claim or free to a good home. Call Quincy QUINCY MASONIC LODGE: Vet at 787-2611. First Thursday 8 PM., Quincy 10/28PS10/30 Masonic Temple. Don Womack, FREE PUPPIES, born August 5. W.M., Don Lindberg, Sec'y. Short-hair, Heintz 57. Should be rts medium-sized. Call 785-2550. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: 10/28PS10/30 Tuesdays, St. Paul Lutheran Church from 7 - 8:30 p.m. Call LOST & FOUND, FREE and To 787-1857 for information. Give Away pet ads are free for one rts week in the Shopper and Post- FREE WOOD AND PALLETS at Register. Call 787-4511 to place Quincy New Holland. 721 F Street " your ad today. S.E., 787-3595. 10/30PS10/30 4/20PSrts CUSTOM INTERIOR & BOAT Upholstery. We do furniture, boats & auto. Ten years factory experience with Brunswick Boat Co., also worked in the Bayliner INSIDE SALE! 509 M ST SW on Prototype Dept. Hours Mon-Fri, Saturday, November I from 8 am 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 449 AIder St. to ? 69 YEARS of accumlution. NW, Ephrata, 754-2317 Appliances - large and small: al- most new freezer, washer, con- vection microwave oven. PLEASE VOTE for Keith Paul Furniture, pictures, dishes, key- Anstine - Quincy City Council. board, Singer sewing machine Paid for by Keith Paul Anstine. and table, craft items and sup- 10/7PS10/30bx plies. Handicapped equipment: electric scooter, commode, MORGEN OWlNGS Elementary crutches, etc. Lots of tools: hand School is hosting its 3rd Annual and small electrical. Must sell Craft Bazaar on Saturday, No- everything. vember 8 from 10 am to 6 pm and 10/28PS10/30 Sunday, November 9 from 10 am 2-FAMILY yard sale - Friday, to 3 pm. With 40 vendors, make- October31 from 8 am to ? at 216 and-take crafts for kids and Santa M Street SE. Furniture items, will be there on Sunday from 10 some baby stuff and miscella- am to noon. Get some Christmas neous. shopping done early! The school 10/28PS10/30 ! is located at 407 Woodin Ave. in Chelan. See you there! ALL GREAT YARD SALES i 10/21PS11/6 begin with a classified. 7874511. I HAPPY HALLOWEENI from the I crew atThe Flower Basket. Hal- I GRANDSON OR Ioween balloons, bouquets and I GRANDDAUGHTER Fall stuff! The Flower Basket, I OFF TO COLLEGE? 109 F Street SE, 787-1516. I 10/28PS10/30bx I Let them feel close to home with their home- I TAROT CARD READINGS. town newspaper deliv- Chakra and cleansings. Candle- ered right to their dorml working. If interested, by appoint- ment only, ask for Mystic at 787- Call 787-4511 for details. 1401. Do you believe? THE U VAt,C,gl( 10/30PS 11/11 POS~-~EGISTER I Mansfield Manor [ QUINCY VISTA Subsidized Rents I APARTMENTS~ AVAILABLE NOW I ~19 D St. SE, Quincy 1,2 & 3 bedroom units. I FOR SENIORS & DISBABLED Some newly remod- I Clean, Attractive Apartments eled. Rents from ZERO I AVAILABLE NOW ($0) and up. Based on /Utilities Paid Air Conditioned 30% of income. / Rents $0 and up ll~ CALL NOW I== 787-4659 509-683-1225 TDD# 1-800-833-6388 I [(11~"II TDD - [ "" 425-883-6105 ~~'~and bank Customer Service Representative Position Wheatland Bank s Quincy branch is currently recruiting for a Customer Service Representative. This position requires excellent communication & customer service skills, along with the ability to perform cash- handling & sales duties. Basic knowledge of " general office equipment required. Previous banking experience preferred. Wheatland Bank is a progressive, rapidly expanding independent community bank serving customers throughout the Inland Empire. We offer competitive salary, benefits, and opportunity for professional growth. We invite you to apply in person at 1015 Central Avenue South, Quincy, or mail/e-mail resume and references to: Wheatland Bank Attn: Human Resources 222 N. Wall, Suite 308 Spokane, WA 99201 Equal Opportunity Employer